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Posted by Marvin on Thu Sep 05, 2019 3:40 am
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GAME ON : Castleford Tigers v Hull FC - 19:45:00

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Posted by IR80 on Thu Sep 05, 2019 5:37 am
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Basically a playoff for the playoffs, ywp good sides on paper. both capable of a great performance, both equally capable pf a stinker. Thaler referee, Hicks V.R, definitely got tje potemtial to be one of the better SL games this season.

I thimk we (FC) will just scrape it.
Posted by Nothus on Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:47 am
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A few months ago I genuinely thought Hull could end up both in the cup final and the GF. Now they're in serious danger of missing out on the playoffs entirely. They should have been fired up last week and put a poor Huddersfield side to the sword, and look what happened.

Very difficult result to call tonight because you never know what sort of performance Hull are going to come up with.
Posted by Clearwing on Thu Sep 05, 2019 9:00 am
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Difficult one to call. Part of me says home advantage should favour Cas, the other says that if the game is tight and attritional - which it might well be - then Hull will be the better equipped. I've never been totally sold on Powell as a coach as his sides seem to lack the nuts and bolts that are so often needed.

In fact, forget the bit about the bolts.
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Posted by Mild mannered Janitor on Thu Sep 05, 2019 9:39 am
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A lot (for Hull) depends on IF Kelly is fit and firing. If he is, it should be a Hull win. Hull play better and with more freedom when they play away from home. Should be a decent following from Hull tonight, but its a shame it got moved from the Sunday (original fixture date) as I think Hull would have brought about 2500 with them.
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Posted by IR80 on Thu Sep 05, 2019 9:46 am
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Mild mannered Janitor wrote:
A lot (for Hull) depends on IF Kelly is fit and firing. If he is, it should be a Hull win. Hull play better and with more freedom when they play away from home. Should be a decent following from Hull tonight, but its a shame it got moved from the Sunday (original fixture date) as I think Hull would have brought about 2500 with them.

IF Kelly is fit, that is a big IF, and IF he starts, I hope he lasts the whole game. You are right about it being a shame it was moved, it should have at least been the Friday game, KR v London tonight would have been better, home game for KR and very few London fans will make the trip, no matter what day it was played, a yelevised game gets lower crowds as it is, but a Thursday night away televised game for the team with the best away support in SL is nonsense.
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Phil Clarke continues to outdo himself. Apparently GB won’t need Hastings with the way Trueman is playing. First time I’ve seen Trueman play well for a long time, he shouldn’t even be in the performance squad never mind the final one.
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Posted by nottinghamtiger on Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:23 pm
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Jake Connor has so much talent, but he just wastes it spending all game picking a fight. There’s one thing “getting under the skin” of the opposition, but it’s got the the point where the only one who is getting wound up and put off his game is Connor.
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nottinghamtiger wrote:
Jake Connor has so much talent, but he just wastes it spending all game picking a fight. There’s one thing “getting under the skin” of the opposition, but it’s got the the point where the only one who is getting wound up and put off his game is Connor.

Might do him some good to get pinged, you’re right clearly a player with a lot of talent but he’s always looking for something.
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